Brian Gilmartin, CFA - Seeking Alpha - 25 mins ago
Expected 2015 Energy sector growth rates are a mess if you've been reading this blog regularly, although the stocks aren't acting nearly as bad as the numbers. The December '14 low prints remain intact for a lot of names (but not all) and I suspect,... (full story)
Gabe Velazquez - Online Trading Academy - Tue Mar 31, 2:30AM CDT
Have you ever bought the stock market because of good news only to see it stall and then fall sharply? Or, sold it in a panic as the market was dropping because of bad news that had just hit the tape only to see it strongly rebound? This scenario happens more often then everyone thinks.
The... (full story)
Azeez Mustapha - InstaForex.com - Tue Mar 31, 1:40AM CDT
The bullish effort on the USD/JPY is paying off. The price has gone above the demand level at 120.00 and in effect, there is now a Bullish Confirmation Pattern in the market. The next targets for the bulls are located at the supply levels at 120.50 and 121.00. Those are the target for this week,... (full story)
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